Cora Jade Biography, Age, Height, Career, Boyfriend & More

Brianna Coda, also known as Cora Jade, was born on January 14, 2001. She is a professional wrestler from the United States. She is presently signed to WWE and competes on the NXT brand as Cora Jade. She is also one-half of the current NXT Women’s Tag Team Champions with Roxanne Perez.

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She wrestled on the independent circuit under the ring name Elayna Black before signing with WWE, and she appeared in All Elite Wrestling (AEW) and Impact Wrestling.

Cora Jade Biography

Real NameBrianna Coda
NicknameCora Jade, Elayna Black
Height (approx.)Centimetres-170 cm
Meters– 1.70 m 
feet inches– 5 ft 7  in
Weight (approx.)kilograms62 Kg approx.
in pounds– 137
Figure Measurements (approx.)medium built
Eye Colourbrown 
Hair ColourBlack
Date of BirthJanuary 14, 2001
Age (as in 2022)22 Years
Birth PlaceChicago, Illinois.
Zodiac sign/Sun signCAPRICORN
HometownChicago, Illinois.
Schoolnot known
College/Universitynot known
Educational QualificationPhysical Education
CasteNot Known
AddressNot Known
Marital Statusunmarried
Affairs/BoyfriendsBlake Christian
ParentsFather: not known
Mother: not known
SiblingsBrother: not known
Sister: not known
Net Worth 

Cora Jade Career

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Coda was first trained by Bryce Benjamin and Isaias Velazquez at the Freelance Wrestling Academy. Under the ring name Elayna Black, she made her debut on December 9, 2018, in the Illinois-based Kaiju Attack Wrestling promotion in a tag team match against her previous mentor Bryce Benjamin. Black won her first event in ZOWA Live on July 11, 2019, earning the 2019 Zen Of Women’s Athletics Tournament Champion.

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On August 15, 2019, Black participated in a four-way match for the vacant Zelo Pro Women’s Championship in Zelo Pro Wrestling. Sophie King eliminated Black in the quarterfinals of RISE Wrestling’s 2019 Regional Rising Stars Tournament on September 1. She also debuted in SHIMMER Women Athletes, making her debut in Volume 118 in a scramble match.

All Elite Wrestling (AEW)

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Black debuted for All Elite Wrestling (AEW) on the October 13 episode of Dark, where he lost to Red Velvet. She returned the following month on the November 3 episode of Dark, teaming up with Leyla Hirsch in a tag match that they lost to Brandi Rhodes and Red Velvet.


Coda inked a contract with WWE and will wrestle on the NXT brand, it was revealed on January 20, 2021.

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She made her 205 Live debut on the January 22 program as Cora Jade, where she was paired with Gigi Dolin in the first round of the 2021 Women’s Dusty Rhodes Tag Team Classic, but they were eliminated by Candice LeRae and Indi Hartwell.

Jade was defeated by Xia Li on the February 10 episode of NXT. Jade returned to television three months later on the May 25 program, where she lost to Franky Monet.

Several months later, on the October 5 broadcast of NXT, Jade defeated Monet in a rematch. On November 16, she joined Raquel González’s NXT WarGames team. She led her team to victory in the women’s WarGames competition at that tournament. Two weeks later, at New Year’s Evil, she was given a shot at the NXT Women’s Championship in a triple threat match against González and champion Mandy Rose.

On the December 28 episode of NXT, she and González successfully defended their title against Io Shirai and Kay Lee Ray by pinning Ray.

Jade lost the title at New Year’s Evil after Rose pinned her.

Soon after, she paired with Gonzalez for the NXT Women’s Dusty Cup, where they defeated Yulisa Leon and Valentina Feroz in the first round before falling to Wendy Choo and Dakota Kai in the semi-finals due to interference by Toxic Attraction. Jade’s feud with Rose would resume when she lost a fatal-four match for the NXT Women’s Championship at NXT Stand & Deliver.

She then clashed with Natalya, who praised Jade but predicted a dismal future for her. Jade and Nikkita Lyons defeated Natalya and Lash Legend at Spring Breakin’ on May 3, but Jade lost to Natalya a week later by passing out in the Sharpshooter. She and Natalya shook hands after the match, earning the latter’s respect. She began working with Roxanne Perez in June after the latter won the NXT Women’s Breakout Tournament. They would have a feud with Toxic Attraction, whom Jade, Perez, and Indi Hartwell beat on the June 14 episode of NXT.

Perez and Jade defeated Katana Chance and Kayden Carter two weeks later to become the NXT Women’s Tag Team Championship’s top contenders at NXT: The Great American Bash on July 5. Jade and Perez beat Dolin and Jayne to become the NXT Women’s Tag Team Champions at the NXT Great American Bash.

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